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Take pictures and observe the endangered white rhino

The rhino's horn consists of tightly compressed hair-like fibres and is attached to the skin, not the skull. Rhinos are fairly placid animals with poor sight but an acute sense of smell and hearing. They are fast-food grazers par excellence, capable of taking more than one mouthful per second when the grass is fresh and green. They tend to feed in the early morning and late afternoon and either rest in shade or wallow in shallow pools during the heat of the day. The mud wallows that they are known for is an effective tick-trapping technique - the parasites get caught in the mud, and when this dries and falls off the animals' skins, so do the insects.

Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park
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Take pictures and observe the endangered white rhino
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Livingstone Rhino Walking Safaris
Livingstone Rhino Walking Safaris
Animal encounter
Experience breathtaking encounters with the endangered white rhino whilst walking in the untamed Zambian bush of Livingstone’s Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park. You'll also have a chance to see hippos, impalas, elephants, giraffes and a host of other rare African animals and birds. Livingstone Walking Safaris takes you on a unique personal tour of the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park in the Zambian bush led by experienced and knowledgeable guides. They can also tailor any tour to your own special requirements.
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